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Wednesday Morning Cappuccino: Toure to Inter? Bonazzoli to Sassuolo? Krhin to Cordoba?

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All the Inter news, rumors, and links you need to get through the middle of the week.

ESPN FC reported in an article that Roberto Mancini would be happy to see Man City's Yaya Toure come to Inter in the summer. However, once the Toure-to-Inter rumor began to gain traction, Mancini played down the rabble, and Erick Thohir expressed some doubts (h/t Football Italia) regarding the Ivorian international's future at Inter, saying that he wasn't sure if Toure was right for the club.

Inter midfielder Alfred Duncan is likely to make his summer loan move to Sampdoria permanent (h/t Sempre Inter). Sampdoria may be able to redeem the Ghanaian international in January for a sum total of around €3 million.

We still don't really have a good idea of where in the world Yann M'Vila will end up. But English side Swansea recently came into a lot of money with the sale of Wilfried Bony to Man City and are reportedly waving some of that cash in M'Vila's direction. (Keep in mind this is from the Mirror, so nobody really knows if it's credible or not.)

Will Murillo make the jump from Granada earlier than expected? Pedulla says the deal is close to being done. The player's club however, says it's not happening. Especially in light of new reports that Inter are set to sign Brazilian center back Rhodolfo.

Reports surfaced awhile ago that English Championship side Leeds United (h/t HITC) were interested in making a swoop for Rene Krhin. But now it's being reported by Spanish outlets (h/t Sempre Inter) that La Liga side Cordoba are very interested in the Slovenian international and plan to make a serious offer for him any day now.

DiMarzio: AC Milan reportedly proposed an exchange of loan deals, offering Pablo Armero for Dani Osvaldo. Inter were apparently not interested. (h/t Sempre Inter)

Sassuolo are reportedly still chasing after Federico Bonazzoli. Inter are understandably reluctant to sell their bright young striker, but may be willing to let him go for the right (read: very high) price according to Pedulla.

Please use the comments section as an open thread to discuss any and all of these links/rumors and to add your two cents to the conversation as well.